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Natural Sweet Corn (Organic F1 Hybrid 73 Days) SH2

We are excited to be offering our first certified organic corn. This main season crop is bi-colored with super sweet, plump kernels. The 8-inch ears are set high on the 5-foot stalks. Resistant to common rust.

150 Seeds

Natural Sweet Corn (Organic F1 Hybrid 73 Days) SH2



Zea mays

Germination: 7-14 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 60-85ºF. Planting in soil under 60ºF results in poor germination.

Seed Sowing Depth: 1-2” deep

Outside Sowing: In late spring, after the last frost date, when the soil reaches at least 60ºF. Sow 4-6” apart, thin to 10-12” apart. Plant in blocks, 4-5 rows, 24-36” apart to aid with pollination. Corn is pollinated by wind therefore planting in blocks ensures proper pollination rather than one long single row where the pollen can easily blow away resulting in small, poorly filled out ears.

How much does a packet plant: 30-40 foot single row, a block of 5 rows at 8 foot.

Harvest: Ready for picking 2 1/2 - 3 weeks after silks appear. Silks become dry and brown. The kernels should be plump and full. Test by pressing your fingertip into a kernel, looking for a "milky" appearance. Best picked in the morning and refrigerate/cool right away.

Harvest Dent or ornamental corn: When husks become dried or after a frost or two.

Tips: Corn needs abundant nitrogen. Add manure (in the fall) or rich compost a few weeks before planting. Add a high-nitrogen organic fertilizer every few weeks until tassels form. Keep well weeded, especially when they are seedlings and well-watered, 1 inch a week especially during the silk stage.

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    Vance H.
    United States
    I recommend this product

    Great experience. This year in Oklahoma, Zone 7 was like Zone 5. So far planting from seeds is a failure. I just planted my third round of okra seeds in peat pots. I brought them in tonight because temps will be in the low 50’s. Hopefully I can put them outside tomorrow. Not your fault, just a weird spring.